For deposit-taking institutions, including full banks, wholesale banks, merchant banks and finance companies.
Read more about the by the MAS, Association of Banks in Singapore, the Life Insurance Association, the General Insurance Association and the Finance Houses Association of Singapore to help individuals and SMEs affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MAS regulates financial institutions in the banking, capital markets, insurance and payments sectors. View the regulations and licensing requirements for your sector.
Technological innovation and advancement are rapidly transforming the financial sector. The success of the digital transformation in the financial sector is underpinned by the safety and soundness of these technologies. Find out MAS’ strategies and guidance for financial institutions to achieve cyber resilience.
MAS is the integrated regulator and supervisor of financial institutions in Singapore.
MAS establishes rules for financial institutions which are implemented through legislation, regulations, directions and notices. Guidelines have also been formulated to encourage best practices among financial institutions. Combined with close supervision, these instruments help MAS achieve the outcome of a sound and progressive financial services sector.
This consultation paper sets out MAS’ proposed revisions to the Guidelines on Corporate Governance for Designated Financial Holding Companies, Banks, Direct Insurers, Reinsurers and Captive Insurers which are incorporated in Singapore. MAS is proposing these revisions taking into account international standards and industry good practices.
Form for licensed fund management companies to apply for the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer or director; or to change a directors role from non-executive to executive.
Form for registered fund management companies to notify MAS prior to their cessation of business in fund management.
Form for entities to apply to be a licensed venture capital fund manager (VCFM). Entities that intend to commence business as registered fund management companies or licensed fund management companies (other than as VCFMs) should submit Form 22A or Form 1A respectively.
Form for entities to apply to be a registered fund management company. Entities that intend to apply for a capital markets services licence to conduct fund management (including as a venture capital fund manager) should submit Form 1A or 1V instead.